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Thread: Digi-Cabi DB-036 30L Red/Green LED.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chercm
    for 20L and 30L what is the difference ?
    Different of 10L which is very clear cut and size & weight too.

    DB-26 20L
    External DIM:
    W281XD268XH368MM
    Power consumption : 4W
    Single tray

    DB-036 30L
    External DIM:
    W301XD293XH436MM
    Power consumption : 4W
    dual tray.

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    i wonder if i dun use my camera for months and switch off the power supply of my cabbi,will the humidlty level stay the same or will slowly increase?

    just want to save some electricity

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    Quote Originally Posted by zhuangyan
    i wonder if i dun use my camera for months and switch off the power supply of my cabbi,will the humidlty level stay the same or will slowly increase?

    just want to save some electricity
    You got the cabi now?
    You can try to switch it off now and see how the thing does.

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    i have gotten my digi -cabi 30L from MS colour. what is the settings that i need to set at and what is the humility required as mine is at 53%

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    Quote Originally Posted by zhuangyan
    i wonder if i dun use my camera for months and switch off the power supply of my cabbi,will the humidlty level stay the same or will slowly increase?

    just want to save some electricity
    dun do that~electricity consumption is pretty low on these cabinets

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebbot
    dun do that~electricity consumption is pretty low on these cabinets
    Yah, no point switching it off.
    There was a thread here regarding the cabi power consumption less
    then $1 per month.
    When I called up DigiHub, was also told that around $0.60 per month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chercm
    i have gotten my digi -cabi 30L from MS colour. what is the settings that i need to set at and what is the humility required as mine is at 53%
    Uaually the setting of the knob is around 9 o'clock to 10 o'clock inorder
    to get around 50% RH.
    Need to trial & error.
    Last edited by donchua; 15th April 2005 at 01:16 PM.

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    any case , what does RH means ? does it mean lower RH means better?

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    cs er how much diff 20L and 30L? how good digital than analog? it seem ur digital much problem.
    have u heard about value dry cabinet?

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    my meter is showing at 58%

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    Quote Originally Posted by chercm
    any case , what does RH means ? does it mean lower RH means better?


    RH = Relative Humidity

    What RH% suitable for what stuff please RTFM

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    how come i set some thing like yours but still it is so high ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chercm
    how come i set some thing like yours but still it is so high ?
    Then turn the knob clockwise toward 11 or 12 o'clock loh...
    As what I had said before, trial & error....

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    i think i got it at 46%

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    Quote Originally Posted by chercm
    i think i got it at 46%
    U can actually just read the manual given....for cams and lens, RH is recommended at ard 45%-55%.....den u just trial and error with ur dial.....mine is at ard 10 o'clock...but I tink it depend on ur dehumifier...nt all is build the same...

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    Got one question. My RED LED is always turn on and Green one never turned on.

    Humidity is always maintained between 45% to 55%. The knob was at about 7 oclock. Upon turning clockwise, both LEDs will light up... Is there anything wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokrot
    Got one question. My RED LED is always turn on and Green one never turned on.

    Humidity is always maintained between 45% to 55%. The knob was at about 7 oclock. Upon turning clockwise, both LEDs will light up... Is there anything wrong?
    but it is strange for your situation as most of us got the 45 at around 45%, try it as 7 o'clock position, the green light will confirm be off

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokrot
    Got one question. My RED LED is always turn on and Green one never turned on.

    Humidity is always maintained between 45% to 55%. The knob was at about 7 oclock. Upon turning clockwise, both LEDs will light up... Is there anything wrong?

    it means that your dry-cabi is working, if it doesn't light up, reach for the phone and call the service center, could be faulty.

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